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The 28th edition of World Book and Copyright Day will take place from Monday, 23 to Sunday, 29 April 2018. The common theme of this year’s event is “Grouss Nimm – Grouss Geschichten: ënnerwee mam geschriwwene Wuert zu Lëtzebuerg”.
For two weeks from the third to the fifth Sunday after Easter, parishioners from all over Luxembourg, as well as from the Eifel, the Belgian Province of Luxembourg and the French region of Lorraine, flock to the capital for the annual pilgrimage. The tradition dates back to the 17th century, when Mary, the Mother of God and Consoler of the Afflicted, was chosen as the patron saint of Luxembourg City and the country as a whole.
3,315 new Luxembourgers in 2016 is an increase of 4% compared to the previous year. This is one of the figures that emerged from the new report that the European Union's statistics office Eurostat has just published.
While ORTAL (Regional Tourist Office of the Luxembourg Ardennes) celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2017, the annual general assembly was the opportunity to underline some of the objectives set for the coming years.